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the fruit and play with the chicken. it is as much of educational outreach and increase our interaction with our community 100 fold. this is the second season. this has brought us closer to our community. gerri: if you cannot grow a vegetable garden, i do you have any rights at all how to use your own property that you pay for? >> we pay taxes we have owned the land 20 years. it is our property. when they take our garden, what is next? >> asserts with food they slowly take away everything. it is not a hobby. gerri: it is not like it is marijuana. right? >> not surprising that a business show was the first national one to pick it up. it is about money we save thousands of dollars per year because of our healthy nutritious organic garden. it re-read to a garage restore it would cost a lot of money and we get that for free. gerri: somebody has to tend the garden. not totally free. [laughter] let us know what happens. says the city really go away? keep us in the loop with what is happening. we're interested. i believe in property rights and desperate to know what happens. jennifer and jason
to yobs by - m. john? >> what about the educational system that encourages them to not get themselves in damaging experiences and documents on line. but think more. it is a solution to help better kid's repitations . >> -- reputations. >> what do you want to see in the potential hires john? >> i amorried about a person that is motivated. if you don't have a motivated person. hire them to be motivated. you twitter has a lot of people in trouble. employers have to show since, too. these are kids being kids. >> thank you everyone. coming up. america's best days are behind us. that is it what 50 percent of the americans are now saying. what someone here boehner. we'll have more on america's news headquarters. accident >> take a good look in the rear view mirror. half of americans think that is where america's best days are, behind us. look at history and you will see the best day are ahead, how so? >> i believe we havee torst congress in the history of is country, but we are the same country that invted the telephone and telegraph and first more than on the moon came from this country. we
-mail etiquette or learn to not apply to yobs by - m. john? >> what about the educational system that encourages them to not gethemselves in damaging experiences and documents on line. but think more. it is a solution to help better kid's repitations . >> -- reputations. >> what do you want to see in the potential hires john? >> i am worried about a person that is motivated. if you don't have a motivated person. hire them to be motivated. you twitter has aot of people in trouble. employers have to show since, too. these are kids being kids. >> thank you everyone. coming up. america's best days are behind us. that is it what 50 percent of the americans are now saying. the americans are now saying. what someone here at a dry cleaner, the americans are now saying. what someone here we replaced people with a machine. what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real person 24/7, you need an ally. hello? ally bank. your money needs an ally. officemax can help you drive supply costs... down... ...and down. just use your maxperks card and
of mental health, education, for example, are part of this problem and need to be addressed as part of the effort that vice-president biden is undertaking. >> of some supporters say there are about freedom and control, it's not the answer. >> bad guys are not stupid, they're just bad. if their intent on doing something bad it will get a firearm and use it. >> they can also be used for protection. a mother at home with her twins fire her 38 caliber revolver when ex-convict broke into their home in the room where there were hiding when the man. the newly elected pro-second amendment senate democrat is worried about overreaching. >> said think you need to put everything on the table, but what i hear from the administration, that is weight in the extreme of what i think is necessary or even should be talked about, and it is not going to pass. >> an associated press analysis reveals there was a huge increase in background checks for gun sales and permits at the end of 12. in colorado following the or a movie theater shooting in the connecticut after the sandy hook school shooting, there
. >> you bridge up a good -- bring up a good point this is not school save the or education this is about one thing, money for the school. so we're dealing with funding issues. >> that is education. >> if they wear the badges, they will increase attendance levels and therefore increase funding. >> that increases education value for students. >> you can't say that money does not equate education. neil: you say, that is not the issue? >> it is a financial incentive, but what is bothering me, at the end of the day, money equates to more school population, books, education equals funding, better teachers, higher paid salary toss say this is irrelevant, and a different issue, no. >> i didn't say irrelevant. i think it is a slippery slope. here is the thing money is more important than religion. >> it is important. the school is not in the wrong, they said okay we'll give that you exception the and family said no, that is not enough. >> correct because -- >> she is not going to drive she does not want a driver's license. >> taking the function out of the badge, it changed the fact -- >> it is w
are truly prosperous. you can see the web sites. they take into account opportunity, education, health, personal safety, and other categories. the idea being it is that does the money but how happy you are. having introduced that index, i don't agree with its findings. we rank 12th out of 142 nations. take a look at where we have high marks. health. it surprised me until i read the offer -- office considered lobbying and public spending. education, the authors say quality of and access to schools is contributing mightily to prosperity. governance, number ten. presumably the data was tallied 04 of congress dithered. another number ten rating as what that study called social capital. with the authors mean by that is just social cohesion. family and community ties that contribute to well-being. the study in the following performance, and this mystified me. the economy. the highest gdp in the world, but the authors of the -- also greeted us on unemployment and personal savings rates. entrepreneur real ship with, we scored low. frankly, this is one i simply don't get since starting a busine
in 2011, made some comments about education secretary mocking the education secretary's lisp in public and forced to apologize for it saying she was just trying to make light of the situation. you know what? enough is enough. stuart: you won't cut her slack. >> no slack for that one. but on the mayor bloomberg thing, his team has come out and spahned and basically said that the teachers union is exaggerating his comments trying to create a side show because they're walking away from the negotiation table. so, now what? it's just, it's just a whole lot of mess in my opinion. stuart: charles. charles: and lewis is fickle. stuart: it's a strong word. >> a strong word and grotesque person, i'm not talking physically, she should not have any attachment to our children, and she's terrible as far as the mayor is concerned, i think he's playing politics as usual. stuart: much charles, welcome back. and gabby giffords spokesperson for gun control, she says she's told to stay out of newtown, connecticut. we'll tell you why and we've got a debate going on with a gun control advocate. that will be
research, education. simply nothing to flirt with. you would either scare the international community to death or deprive people of basic services. we should have an agreement. that we shouldn't do anything but raise the debt ceiling. we should have an agreement we should fix the spending problem. what we don't have agreement is how. they ought to get start on that right away. melissa: speaking how to do that, evan, you're someone in the trenches so many times and got frustrated with the process. what do you think of what's going on right now? >> i don't think much about it, melissa. shows the deep political dysfunction we have at the heart of congress right now or at the heart of our political system. my best guess what's going to happen i think both of our other guests are exactly right. at a time when the economy is weak we don't want an added element of uncertainty flirting with a default would add. god forbid if it adds even marginally our longer term borrowing costs that will cost us real money compounded 30 or 40 years. what i think is going to happen, melissa? i think they wil
through 12 education and 450 million dollars extra for school, energy efficiency projects. steve malanga is here, the expert on state finances. i'm saying that, yeah, i've been harsh on california in the past, the formerly golden state. i say you've got to look more deeply at this budget it ain't as good as it looks and you say what? >> a couple of things, first of all, california has been essentially borrowing to increase its spending and they have about 23 billion dollars of debt that they have to pay back. it includes-- >> hold on, i've got to interrupt. they got 23 billion dollars. more debt than that, this is just budget deficit. stuart: this is fresh borrowing to cover the 26 billion deficit in the past and that 23 billion has to be repaid, but is not included in this budget. >> well, yes, actually it is included in the budget. in other words, a lot of the money from the tax increase and tax revenues currently are actually going to basically pay back borrowing against previous budgets. so and then the the second thing that's happening is california is not really reforming its spend
out why they think that entertainment and education are the places to be, to find growth in 2013 and beyond. a conversation with epr properties' ceo and president david brain coming up next in a fox be business exclusive. keep it here. ♪ what are you doing? nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to go... we got clients in today. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping at fedex office. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping you know it can be hard to lbreathe, and how that feels.e, copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open for 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that does both. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, gla
, districts can reduce compensation or even fire teachers if the educators fails to meet the expectations referenced in the contract, acts in a manner not in the best interest of the district's students, fails to abide by the terms of the employee handbook or fails to carry out the duties and responsibilities of the job description. let me get this straight. is somebody does not do the job they were hired for or does not do it according to the employer standards, you can be fired. i don't want to shock the teachers, but that is pretty much how the real world works. that's my "2 cents more," and that's it for tonight on "the willis report." thank you for joining us. don't forget to record the show if you cannot get his life. have a great night. we will see right back here tomorrow. ♪ lou: good evening, everybody. president obama opening new fronts today in his campaign for broad gun control, a campaign that gun owners and advocates consider an outright assault on the second amendment. we learned today, that president obama is considering taking action through the use of his power of exec
are tired of our political views. >> what we found is that we want educating the american public. if we don't do that, we will lose it. when you look at medicare social security disability trust fund, it comes to a head. if you don't show people how this president has scared people over the last four years, with about 2008. a lot more needs to come about that is real and genuine. let's actually take these numbers and show people why social security and medicare are running on a pathway to destruction. i think we should be able to put this budget and this administration and the senate back on track through the power of the purse. month by month, quarter by quarter. good behavior and not bad behavior be one it will be interesting year ahead without any question. @%would like to s that i believe that the idea that there is some room to set aside the fact that the congress and the senate have a 10% approval rating on the part of the american people, it will b doggone difficult to take on the position of lecturer or instructor. what we need a straightforwardness and simpcity on the part of our e
agent in our food supply and who is the most at risk? children. john: this scare that's educated me. when 60 minutes ran the story i believe.. environmentalist said the chemical keeping apples fresh killed kids. so apple growers lost billions. mom sport out apple juice. there is no evidence that even with the chemical are good for you. today the water may be fine but you may need to worry about the bottle. john: it could have a chemical that activists day -- say could cause all sorts of problems psych hyperactivity. another damages kids livers and kidneys from school supplied -- supplies. julie gunlock as young children with the independent women's forum what did you find? >> 1,000 studies said bpa is safe for common use. it is vilified and people say chemicals are scary. i will listen to what consumer activist organization says. there is no reason for it. john: what to the consumer rights groups have in it? >> money. they still fear. news sells. not just the organization but the mainstream media. john: the national resource defense council gave us the scare over the apples now have
extremists for promoting growth and education in her own country. she will live with their parents and o brothers in the u.k. was a continues to receive treatment good news. meanwhile, the jobs report showing the slight growth. not really moving the economic neil. presence dollar an american enterprise institute and former consultanto the treasury department and steve son, president of capital public affairs and a former labo department official. all-starith you. where can get -- what you make of this report? >> 455,000, which was the jobs increases, the average for the past couple of yers. what is really striking about this is this is the best we will e for a while. gerri: what? >> yeah. normally at the start of the year we're looking at big stimulus. last year payroll tax cut, help fr the fed. on average since 2008 the stimulus of the srt of the year has been three and 55 billion. this year its-270000000000. so we go from of big tailwind to a big head wind. this isthe best numbers we can do at this point, wait until those tax cuts, people and get their payroll, thir paychecks. gerri: l
education for smartcredit.com. john, i'm going to put up the full screen. it adds up. eight dollars to replace a car, $3 if you don't use the card. what you say about pcs? what he say about the card? >> if you take a monthly fee and nothing else, meaning that you do nothing else ,-com,-com ma you are still paying a little over $47 per year as an annual fee to get access your own money. this card -- i can't believe i'm saying this, compared to some of the other product is actually not as bad as some of the other ones. it is a flawed way of doing this. it's like saying that my broken arm is not as bad as yours. >> okay, you and i have talked about russell simmons, kim kardashian, even magic johnson let's be clear. celebrities seek ways to raise money, make more money. and how are they doing a? >> welcome i think what's happening is them of these issuers recognize that there is a market. and that instead of marketing a product like normal financial institutions are doing so, they are actually hooking themselves up with celebrities. this is the only financial services product that marke
causing agent in our food supply and who is the most at risk? children. john: this scare that's educated me. when 60 minutes ran the story i believe.. environmentalist said the chemical keeping apples fresh killed kids. so apple growers lost billions. mom sport out apple juice. there is no evidence that even with the chemical are good for you. today the water may be fine but you may need to worry about the bottle. john: it could have a chemical that activists day -- say could cause all sorts of problems psych hyperactivity. another damages kids livers and kidneys from school supplied -- supplies. julie gunlock as young children with the independent women's forum what did you find? >> 1,000 studies said bpa is safe for common use. it is vilified and people say chemicals are scary. i will listen to what consumer activist organization says. there is no reason for it. john: what to the consumer rights groups have in it? >> money. they still fear. news sells. not just the organization but the mainstream media. john: the national resource defense council gave us the scare over the apples now h
we found is that we want educating the american public. if we don't do that we will lose it. when you look at medicare social security disability trust fund, it comes to a head. if you don't show people how this president has scared people over the last four years, with about 2008. a lot more needs to come about that is real and genuine. let's actually take these numbers and show people why social security and medicare are running on a pathway to destruction. i think we should be able to pu this budget and this administration and the senate back on track through the power of the purse. month by month, quarter by quarter. good behavior and not bad behavior be one it will be interesting year ahead without any question. i would like to say that i @% believe that the idea that there is some room to set aside the fact that the congress and the senate have a 10% approval rating on the part of the american people, it will be doggone difficult to take on the position of lecturer or instructor. what we need a straigh
of college is difficult, education costs are really expensive. at the same time they themselves from the affluent do not believe that they will leave as much to their children as they once thought. many reasons for that the large part, low interest rates people have to spend down principal. the fact we don't have defined benefit pension plans very much, the vulnerability of medicare and social security and finally, and that this cannot be overstated, the foundational jolt that many of these individuals up took with the 2008 and 2009 -- financial crisis or of a sudden their measurements for success were no longer in terms of beating or not beating the s&p or some other benchmark but rather whether or not the companies that they invested in survived at all. that's really, really important and still is having a large effect. you see that in the survey. gerri: leaving a legacy from a 46 percent said it means being remembered and passing on tradition. thanks for coming on. interesting survey. appreciate your time. >> thank you so much. gerri: all right. it's oscar time. best picture and b
and here is a look at sprint down, not much just down a little bit. the for-profit education company apollo continues to report declining enrollment, not good, the stock is down. big name you know, unexpected profits at wd-40, up. and more money processing global payments, that's up nicely, and the datea storage company expecs more in the future, it's up quite nicely, too. microsoft sold 60 million licenses for windows operating system, in the last week. i own microsoft, it's up 9 cents. the dow industrials up 50 points as we speak. i've got more proof that a government will tax you no matter what you do. buy a fuel efficient car, try to save gas and help the environment and they'll still tax you. you really can't make this stuff up. we'll deal with it next and look at this quote. [ male announcer ] at scottrade, we believe the more you know, the better you trade. so we have ongoing webinars and interactive learning, plus, in-branch seminars at over 500 locations, where our dedicated support teams help you know more so your money can do more. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are
a uk hospital today. she was targeted by the terrorist group for promoting education. she is continuing treatment and living with her parents. talks on the nuclear program later this month. the top negotiator agreeing to head back to the negotiating table. the islamic state last met in june. the talks ended in a stalemate. hundreds of thousands gathering in gaza city celebrating the anniversary of the party. the leader predicts an end to the five-year split between the two. those are your headlines. back to,. connell: thank you very much, anna. this year is different after the fiscal cliff compromise with your paycheck. payday. jeff flock with the story. jeff: we had been paying 6.2% to our social security pension. there was a holiday of 2%. and lots of people do not know that. i was just talking to another young lady. did you know you are getting less in your paycheck? >> no, i did not know that at all. let's put the numbers up. you're head is almost $1000 on the year. >> yeah right. is that from social security taxes? jeff: exactly. the numbers we are putting up right now are showing
educational spending. does that include, say, for example, tutoring? >> it can but it obviously most of it is taken up with tuition. liz: truck drivers, meals and hotels can be deducked. these are things everybody needs to know and should ask their tax preparer certainly in advance. the eight days later issues, the irs has to wait eight days because of the last minute tax changes of last year, are you advising people don't look at that time for you, start putting this together now? >> yes. actually, liz, it is really 15 days because the irs already put it off seven days. it is a total of 15-day delay from last year. we're telling people, go ahead and get ready to file, those file first get their refund the soonest. liz: all of these changes cause confusion with people. i'm just interested from the perspective of a ceo of a tax preparer like liberty, does this help your business? because a lot of people say, i don't know what i should do here, i need these guys? >> absolutely. whenever there is change, when there is consternation it drives people to prepare. as it should. liz: john, n
need to do something to help educate people. >> right. >> because when people hear the term "distributer," it's absolutely understandable they would think, oh, that is somebody who distributes herbalife products. >> right. >> the reality is the vast majority of our distributers are our customers who have decided to become a distributer -- >> so you're saying your distributers are customers. >> are absolutely. >> and he's getting them confused, at the very least. >> you know something? what the legal research showed is that 73% of the customers that they serve actually are really discount customers. >> okay. he's also saying, and he uses his own data against you. he says that the majority of your distributers earn less than $8,000 a year. is that true 124. >> so here's what he's looking at, actually. so he's looking at our statement of gross compensation because, again, we're a totally transparent company, we're out on the internet. >> right. >> but here is what, and if you look at that statement, what it says is this only represents payments that the company makes to distrib
three months after the taliban shot her in the head after promoting education for girls. i think she should have won the nobel peace prize. good news, she's doing okay. billionaires like warren buffett, well, they are dumping shares of big name american consumer companies at an alarming rate. buffett's berkshire hathaway sold 21% of its shares in big names you know like johnson & johnson, procter & gamble, kraft. 70% of the u.s. economy depends on consumer spending and let's bring in charles payne. what do you make of an economy where buffett, very good investor, is selling consumer stocks. charles: it's an indictment, i guess, defacto, some sort of indictment against the overall economy and also, juxtapose that against the news coming into the week that he was buying this gigantic solar farm out in california. in other words, he knows he can rely on money, a lot of money consistently, at least for the next four years for the federal government, but he's not sure he can rely on the average consumer. maybe that's an indictment of all the taxes, indictment of all the regulations and th
? nicole: taking a look at some education stocks, apollo in particular which came out with an outlook that is below the desired level, lowering the top end of their full year outlook. obviously that's one of issues that apollo is facing. with this lowered outlook the stock has been moving to the down side, down about 11%. some other names in the group, such as corinthian colleges and devry also coming under pressure as well. also the uncertainty about its accreditation has investors dropping the stock as one of the headlines i have been reading pertaining to this. it is all about how many people have registered. they are the operator of the university of phoenix. let's take a look at broader market averages right now. dow jones industrials up about 82 points right now. back to you. dagen: thank you nicole. connell: we will stay on top of the wall street news of the day with morgan stanley set to lay off more than 3,000 people. charlie gasparino is on top of that, one of three stories that charlie is breaking today. we will talk to him next. dagen: and winners on the nasdaq. >> herbali
shows like "revolution," and "political animal," and they are up 5.50. itt education services is paying $46 million to fannie mae to settle a loan between the two companies, and its shares down 12 crepts, $17.39. bank of america are paying $30.6 # billion to fannie mae to settle plans related to residential mortgage loans. college kids think they are special. more special than ever before. we have that story for you next. charles: center for disease control and prevention reports it's a rare flu strain spreading across the country. 41 states report widespread cases and a number of children died from it. experts say this is the worst flu season in years despite warnings of the bad season, you reader stewart did not get a shot. watch. >> why is that every year, just for the past four or five or six years, you're told, you ought to get a flu shot. i never heard of that before. charles: you should, stuart, and if i could talk you into it, i would have given you one on the show. all right, that's going to be a show down. sandra, did you get a shot? >> i absolutely did. it's the first year i
' education in her native pakistan. she plans to live with her parents while she continues treatment. the flu outbreak continues to spread across the united states. 41 states reporting widespread influenza activity up from 31 last week. the still too early to see when the seasonal peak. barack obama said chooses chief justice john roberts to swear him in on jittery 20th and at the inauguration ceremony chief justice of the mayor will lead minister vice president biden's oath of office. >> k.k. of 2013 with a market rally but our guest today we'll talk about the bonds between the job numbers in the fiscal cliff what can we expect for the of what? we have senior vice president of fixed income of four ltv all research. what is your take these days? >> we have a sell-off to ring in the new year but you will get a sell-off like this it is the low yield environment for 2013. >> the highest level of eight months but bonds come so fast so quickly it is a big change. >> it is. it does not take much to get a sell-off. yield over the long term but we have another congress coming to keep treasury support
and educated in paris, raised in normandy. welcome to the program. >> thank you for having me. stuart: we find it hard to believe french socialists are having second thoughts about a 75% tax which we thought they love the. are they missing gerard depardieu? >> i guess they are. we are not surprised that people are reacting so vibrantly to this punishing tax rate. i am always astounded that to realize lawmakers are actually surprised that taxpayers won't allow them to subject them to these punishing rates. stuart: i want to move to a second subject. i understand that the government in paris is actively moving against american corporations accusing them of non-payment for avoiding taxation. what are they doing and is that statement accurate? >> it is accurate but it is a typical french government response, reminds me of my 8-year-old, the dog ate my homework type of thing. this is a high taxation that is complaining it has -- the deuce with the golden age because of its high taxes and instead of actually doing some in your thinking and thinking what do we do to retain, what can we do so these co
of rate music. educating young folks on what it takes to hear great sound. shibani: tell me about the business of headphones. like i said, they are now about identity and showing off a personality. they are also very expensive. >> just the business of headphones driven by smart phones and tablets. you can get a full experience with high quality headphones. with our technology that we started with pete's by dr. dre, now we are doing something like pure monster sound. it is a very moving experience. shibani: tell me about the celebrity performance. >> really the people respect the people who are our brand advocates. we have a tyson beckford exhibit here. we also listed drew breese who just signed on with us. they can deliver a very powerful message that monster as a company cannot. shibani: let's get these guys involved. they are the partners bringing out the message. tyson, you are bringing the artistic side to headphones. >> yes, we are. we are bringing fashion as well. these are the bands that you can take from the top of this and switch them out. you are feeling -- shibani: you
,690. this is unsustainable. every salary in the department of education is $102,000 a year, about twice what teachers make. ashley: we are almost out of time. i just want you to respond to some of the comments made by representative brown. >> first of all, we have already cut $1 trillion in spending and did that in 2011. we did $600 billion of deficit reduction, we spent two campaign is being blasted by republicans for finding $700 billion savings in medicare. we made significant for the approaches on the spending side to dealing with the deficit. there's still room on taxes. we need to do more on the revenue side. we are dealing 3% of gdp below historic lows, taxing ourselves less than we ever had in the last 60 years and it is just about a balanced approach. we have to deal with spending but also deal with the revenue side. ashley: we are already out of time. we could talk all day, we are already out of time and clearly it is a very big debate. thank you for being here today. we appreciate it. clearly the different philosophies are there to see. do we tax people more to generate revenue or should that m
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